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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Videos’

Decapitated Snake Bites Itself in Your Daily WTF Video

Warning, this may creep you out – depending on your tolerance for nature being freaky as hell. I’m going to let you guys in on a little secret about my phobias. I really, really hate spiders. I also really, really hate centipedes. Basically, my rule is that if it has 8 legs or more – screw that. Anything that has …

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Watch John McAfee Sweetly Play The Piano For His New Puppy

John McAfee is just putting out awesome videos left and right now. The McAfee antivirus founder, who earlier this year, returned to the States after a highly-publicized manhunt beginning in Belize, recently put out a funny video responding to all the emails he gets about uninstalling the software (which he no longer has anything to do with). Then, he posted …

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Got An Hour To Spare To Get More Out Of Your Google Search Ads?

Google thinks you can be getting more out of your search campaigns with Remarketing Lists for Search Ads (RLSA). Google launched RLSA out of beta in June, making the feature available to all advertisers using Enhanced Campaigns. Now, the company has released an hour-long “Learn with Google” webinar about using it. RLSA, Google says, “brings together intent, context and audience …

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Drunk Driver Does Not Give a Damn, Dances for Cops

Don’t drink and drive. Just don’t do it. But if you’ve already made the bad decision and have been caught by the police, I guess you might as well go down with funky dance moves, boasting about cougars, and some simulated motorboating. Dale Bentley of Gahanna, Ohio will go down in internet infamy as that dancing DUI guy. Sorry, Dale. …

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Here’s an Epic Slow Motion Water Balloon Massacre

Here’s how I feel about the recent “let’s film everything in slow motion” thing that’s happening on the internet. Every single time I see a video about some sort of “super slo-mo” or “2500 FPS” anything, I think to myself, “eh, seen it, whatever.” And then I watch it and I’m vomiting rainbows. It’s just cool. This is a water …

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Learn More About Ecommerce And Goal Tracking In Google Analytics

Google recently held a Google+ hangout discussing how to utilize ecommerce and goal tracking. it’s actually the second part in a series of hangouts about Analytics, if you’re selling online, this one might be for you. The next part in the series will focus on the multi-channel funnel, event flow and visitors flow. You can keep an eye on the …

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Roku Now Lets You Stream Video to Your TV from Your Mobile Device

With a small update to its iOS app, Roku has just turned your Apple device into a video beamer. Last September, Roku launched “Play on Roku,” a feature that allows users to stream photos and music from their mobile devices directly to their TVs via a wide range of Roku devices. Today, they’re pushing an app update that will incorporate …

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Here’s 11 Minutes of 2013’s Funniest (and Dumbest) Vines

Some internet hero put together an 11 minute-long compilation of the best Vines of 2013 – which would also be the best Vines of all time, since the service didn’t debut until late January. As you’re probably aware, Vines are only 6 seconds – maximum. So that means that this Vine compilation features quite a few Vines – some hilarious, …

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MixBit: YouTube Founders Launch New Take on Video Mixing and Sharing

We’ve known since March that YouTube co-founders Chad Hurley and Steve Chen were cooking up a new video-sharing service, and today it finally launches. It’s called MixBit, and its creators describe it as a “new app that helps people create dynamic videos together.” On the surface, it may look like a simple Vine or Instagram video competitor. MixBit allows users …

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Cutts Talks Web Spam Fighting In International Markets

In today’s Webmaster Help video from Google, Matt Cutts discusses the search giant’s efforts in web spam fighting around the world. Many of us are very used to hearing about the efforts surrounding web spam in the United States, but efforts in other countries aren’t discussed quite so frequently. Cutts responds to a question from an anonymous user, who asks: …

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YouTube Adds New Play Icon to Browser Tabs to Help Alleviate a Very Annoying Problem

YouTube has just made a small tweak that makes me very, very happy – and it’ll make you happy too if you’re the type of person who consistently browses the web with dozens of tabs open at the same time. Now, when a video is playing, YouTube will indicate that with a new play icon that appears in your browser …

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Here’s What Happens When You Park Like a Jerk

Instead of keying his car or something like that, one YouTuber decided that the best (non-violent) way to deal with a habitually awful parker was to block in his driver-side door with his own car. This is a great tactic if you find yourself out of those “hey, nice parking job asshole” cards that people like to stick on windshields …

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